“Sue Wheeler is a positive role model for anyone living with cancer. The book challenges peoples’ perceptions of cancer patients.”
Waterstones store - Coventry
“I started to read your book when I got home on Wednesday night and, as I said I would, sat up until I’d finished it at 4.30am!!! I hope that’s testament for you as to how good it is! You can feel very proud of what you’ve achieved Sue… it’s remarkable that you’ve succeeded in what you set out to do and you really are a true inspiration to the sisterhood of breast cancer survivors.”
Lynn Bullock - Co Chair Solihull Breast Friends Support Group
“I have just read your book and I am full of admiration for your willingness to share such personal experiences with everyone. It is so open and honest that I really felt humbled by reading it.”
Lorraine Donnelly - Coventry
“I have started to read your book and can’t put it down, there is so much I recognise and can relate to, it’s amazing that the feelings you describe are exactly the way I felt.”
Lorraine Ashford – Publicity & Marketing Solihull Breast Friends Support Group
“I read your book last night and found it very moving.”
Diane Parkes - Reporter Birmingham Mail
Live Radio Interview on "Mornings with Joanne Malin" BBC WM 95.6fm Friday 3rd September
Great opportunity to promote the book and how it will help other cancer patients.
Sue Wheeler was a twin born in south Cheshire in 1954. She trained as a secondary school teacher and taught in a number of schools before her current role as a School Improvement Adviser with a Local Authority. Sue married Andy in 1977 and relocated to the West Midlands. They have one dog; Chloe a black Labrador.
Her twin brother Alan died in 2000 at the age of 45, after a five year battle with bowel cancer. Her Mum died in 2005 after two and half years fighting breast cancer. Within two weeks of her own diagnosis for breast cancer Sue decided she would write a diary about the year of treatment. She surprised herself (and others) by remaining very strong and focussed throughout. Sue edited her diary for publication so she could share her experiences, both as a positive role model and support for other cancer patients in the future.
Sue now works part time and enjoys dog walking, gardening, cooking and spending time with friends and family.